Hannah Taylor MBACP
North Town Cottages
North Town Lane
Nine Springs Natural Health Centre
01963 440618 / 07866 804443
I'm aware it takes courage to begin counselling and I aim to make you feel safe and welcome.
I offer an initial, 30 minute, consultation to explore and clarify your needs. There is no fee for this session. We will meet and discuss what it is you're hoping to get from counselling and what I can offer you as a counsellor. This is an important session where we can talk through what is involved in the counselling process. It offers us an opportunity to meet and see if we feel we can work together.
What does therapy involve?
The capacity to talk about your life, feelings, emotions, relationships, ways of thinking and patterns of behaviour with someone you trust. We all need a little help at times and I aim to offer you a space where you can take a fresh look at your issues and understand them a bit better, giving you new choices about how to live your life.
It can be a deep process. My job is to facilitate this by being open, non-judgemental and encouraging. Helping you to rediscover your strengths and resources, to gain clarity, confidence and a more robust sense of self.
Where I work
In North Cadbury, near Castle Cary and for Pither's Yard Clinic in Castle Cary.
In Yeovil, at Nine Springs Natural Health Centre.
In Sherborne, at the Old Glove Factory, Bristol Road.
I also provide online video counselling via Skype.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
Some of the issues that might bring people to counselling are:
Anxiety, worry, stress and depression
Relationship difficulties e.g. affairs, separation and divorce
Work related issues e.g redundancy, bullying
Anger Management and communication e.g. arguments or not talking
Bereavement and other losses
Difficult childhood memories
Health related issues e.g terminal or chronic illness
Life transitions e.g new baby, child leaving home, retirement
Low confidence or self esteem
Training, qualifications & experience
I started work in the caring professions as a nurse in 1983. After working with seriously ill and dying patients I felt there must be something more I could offer. This lead to my explorations of shiatsu (a hands-on body therapy), deep healing energy work and spirituality.
I realised that awareness and understanding of our issues is core to deep and lasting healing. I feel counselling offers a space where one can gain a new perspective and insights into the situations that are troubling us.
Drawing on my wealth of experience I offer an integrated, holistic approach for clients.
MBACP - Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling
RGN - qualified general nurse
MRSS - Member of the Register, Shiatsu Society
MNFSH - Member, National Federation Spiritual Healers
Recent - volunteer counsellor at a local hospice and also a low-cost counselling service in Yeovil.
Areas of counselling I deal with
- Domestic violence
- Low self-confidence
- Low self-esteem
Initial consultation/assessment - 30 mins - no charge
Counselling - £40 for a 50 min session
Maps & Directions
Type of session
|Face to face counselling:||Yes|
Monday 9 -8.30p.m, Tuesdays 9 - 8.30p.m, Thursdays 9 - 2.30p.m, Friday 9 - 6p.m near Castle Cary. Wednesdays all day and evening in Yeovil. Mondays and Fridays now available in Sherborne.